I miss those old days when NBC had good shows for Saturday Mornings. Here some of my favorites:
* Disney's Raw Toonage - Raw Toonage was a Disney animated series. It was basically a variety show with a random Disney character as a host. And it features three shorts: Bonkers, Totally Tasteless Video, and my personal favorite, Marsupilami. Marsupilami is a yellow, spotted, long-tail marsupial who lives in a jungle with his gorilla friend: Maurice. And I love Marsupilami more than Bonkers. Both Bonkers and Marsupilami were spun-off.
* Camp Candy - An animated series starring the late John Candy as an animated camp counselor who resembles after John Candy.
* Super Mario Bros. Series - Starring the late Captain Lou Albano as Mario Mario, and Danny Wells as Luigi Mario. Based on a popular video game franchised by Nintendo. Season 1 was known as The Super Mario Bros. Super Show., Season 2 was known as The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3, and Season 3 was known as Super Mario World.
* Alvin and the Chipmunks - Those three chipmunks love to sing, And they are adopted by David Seville. Whenever Alvin does not pay attention to David Seville, David would yell "ALVIN!!!"
* The Smurfs - These are little blue creatures that lives in the mushroom.
* The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends - A cartoon series created by Jay Ward. It features a flying squirrel named Rocket J. Squirrel (AKA Rocky), and his friend Bullwinkle the Moose. Supporting segments include Fractured Fairy Tales, Aesop and Son, Peabody's Importable History, Dudley Do-Right of the Mounties, The World of Commander McBragg, Bullwinkle's Corner, and Mr. Know-it-all.
* The Legend of Zelda - Another series based on the video game franchise by Nintendo. Link is on the mission to rescue the princess Zelda from the evil Gannondorf. Link's catchphrase is "Well, Excuse Me, Princess."
* The Beatles - An animated series based on a popular British rock band of the 1960's. It also features a sing-along segment where the viewers at home can sing the lyrics to any of the Beatles song.
* Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids - A Hanna-Barbara series that lasted 2 seasons. The drummer is played by Mickey Dolenz of the Monkees.
* Underdog - Another one of the Jay Ward animated series. It's about a superhero dog named Underdog, Who is on the mission to rescue Sweet Polly Pearbread. His catchphrase is "There's no need to fear, Underdog is here!" Underdog has an energy pill carried on his wristwatch. Segments includes: Tennessee Tuxedo and his tales, Go Go Gophers, and Klondike Kat.
* Kidd Video - A fictional animated rock group.
* The New Three Stooge - An animated series based on the popular comedy team: The Three Stooges. Starring Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Curley Joe Durita as their animated characters.
* The Jetsons - This is basically a futuristic version of The Flintstones. It's about a modern space age family called The Jetsons. The Jetsons include: George (Father), Jane (Mother), Judy (Daughter), Elroy (Son), Rosie (The Robot), and Astro (Their pet dog). George works with his boss, Mister Spacely.
* Fraggle Rock (The Animated Series) - Based on the Henson show by it's same name. Possibly done by the animators of Muppet Babies. (Could it be by Nelvana?)